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Friendships are one of life’s most powerful relationships, shown to boost happiness, improve self-confidence, and help people cope with traumas, including illnesses like cancer. The Friends of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute have funded powerful cancer research at Dana-Farber since 1976, raising more than $30 million to fuel promising research, care, and support programs across all treatment centers. From support for Friends’ Place, the Dana-Farber Chapel, and the art program, to providing funding for the mammography van and the Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women’s Blood Mobile, the traveling extension of the Kraft Family Blood Donor Center, the Power of Friends is everywhere.
To join the Friends, an all-volunteer community of more than 1,200 vibrant members, or get involved in an upcoming event, please call 617-632-3021 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join Jenny Johnson, two-time Emmy Award winner and co-host of NESN Dining Playbook, at South Shore Plaza on Thursday, October 6, for Fashion Gives Back, a runway show and party to benefit the Friends. Enjoy complimentary cocktails and culinary delights, and view the hottest fall fashions from Nordstrom and other premier brands, while supporting cancer research and patient care at Dana-Farber.
Saks Fifth Avenue is partnering with the Friends of Dana-Farber to present the annual nationwide "Key To The Cure" initiative to fight women's cancers. For one weekend in October (October 27-30), Saks will donate two percent of all clothing sales to the Susan F. Smith Center for Women’s Cancers. The Friends are also hosting a cocktail event on October 27 at Saks Fifth Avenue Boston to showcase the stories and lifestyles of prominent supporters of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
The Friends celebrated 40 years and honored Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh for his leadership at RISE, the organization’s annual gala. Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker also joined the Friends in recognizing Dana-Farber President and CEO Edward J. Benz Jr., MD, for his 16 years at the helm of Dana-Farber. The event raised more than $420,000 for cancer research and patient care at Dana-Farber.
The 18th annual "Chefs Cooking for Hope" event featured delicious food, signature cocktails, and specialty wine and beers from more than 30 of Boston's top restaurant and wine establishments.
This holiday season, several Cape Cod dance studios teamed up with Dancing for a Cure to raise funds for ovarian and breast cancer research at Dana-Farber. A portion of every ticket sold at these holiday shows benefitted the Friends of Dana-Farber. Visit www.dancingforacure.net for more information.
For more information on Friends’ events, please call 617-632-3021 or email email@example.com.
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